2 of Stitt's key cabinet members on coronavirus resign
July 1, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Two of Gov. Kevin Stitt's key cabinet members at the forefront of the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic announced Monday they are stepping down to return to their full-time jobs.
Stitt's office announced in a press release that Secretary of Health and Mental Health Jerome Loughridge and Secretary of Science and Innovation Dr. Kayse Shrum both expressed an interest in returning to their careers. The two had been working as volunteers in Stitt's cabinet.
Loughridge will be replaced by Oklahoma Health Care Authority CEO Kevin Corbett. Shrum's replacement is El...